Here's ours. For daily city driving - have seen as low as appx 32 MPG in winter. Temps around freezing, short trips with cold starts, climbing a big hill most days. Wife cranks heat to max and is a total leadfoot (P&G for her is Procter & Gamble). 10% ethanol gasoline, and snow tires (Blizzaks inflated to 40 PSI) on steel wheels. Carrying 2-3 kids. In those conditions, I got 35-36 MPG so the leadfoot better half is not entirely to blame. For highway driving - Averaged 30 MPG over a 650 mile roadtrip with four occupants, stuffed full of luggage, Yakima rack with 12 cu ft cargo pod on one side of the bars, also stuffed full, two 17-foot sea kayaks on the other side of the bars, straps and cords all over. I estimate about 270 lbs on the roof and a huge amount of aero drag. Rear wheels were squeezed up in the wheelwells. Almost new Nokian WRG2s inflated to 42 PSI. Oil slightly overfilled (1/2" on the stick). AC cranked. 10% ethanol gasoline for 1/2 the trip. Averaged about 70 MPG - no eco-driving, not with the trip already going to take 11+ hours. Not negative about it - I think its funny actually. Any other car in similar conditions would have been much worse.